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Type of publication: Straipsnis mokslo-populiarinimo leidinyje / Article in popular science editions (S6)
Field of Science: Mechanikos inžinerija / Mechanical Engineering (T009)
Author(s): Gečas, Edgaras;Pupinis, Gediminas
Title: Dyzelino savybių tyrimas
Is part of: Agroinžinerija ir energetika: ASU Žemės ūkio inžinerijos fakulteto mokslo populiarinimo ir gamybos žurnalas. , 2014, Nr. 19
Extent: p. 91-95
Date: 2014
Keywords: Dyzelinas;Akcizu neapmokestintas dyzelinas;Kuras;Talpykla;Klampa;Tankis;Metalinė tara;Plastikinė tara;Stiklinė tara;Dyzelino filtravimo koeficientas
Abstract: Selected research exempted from excise duty diesel, which is intended for agricultural entities keeping large quantities of diesel fuel in different containers. Diesel entire study period 350 days were considered to be at ambient temperature from - 20°C to + 30° C. The study used containers : metal , plastic, glass . Diesel fuel density in the glass container after the first investigation 830,6 kg/m3 after 350 days increased by a maximum of 835,3 kg/m3, compared with other samples of the results. Viscosity of the first survey in all continers was 1,9226 mm2 /s. After 350 days, the maximum viscosity obtained in the glass container at diesel - 2,0728 mm2/s, plastic containers - 2.0688 mm2 /s. The metal container of diesel fuel viscosity at least - 2,0238 mm2/s. At the start of diesel filtration rate was 4,25 % . After 350 days, the largest diesel filtration rate determined from a glass container - 31,61 % . The smallest diesel filtration rate - 15,24 % of the plastic container
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Žemės ūkio akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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